The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer is a collaborative organization dedicated to helping reduce the impact of cancer on Canadians. Individuals and organizations work with the Partnership in a variety of ways to deliver on the outcomes of Canada’s cancer control strategy.
- Visit the careers section of our website to see positions currently under recruitment.
- Visit the procurement section of our website to find out about Requests for Proposals and other opportunities to work with the Partnership.
- Visit the how you can help section of our website to see opportunities for involvement.
From time to time, Calls for Applications for members of the Board of Directors, or other roles, will also be made available through the how you can help section of the website.
The following positions are currently under recruitment at the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer. The language of the job posting reflects the language of work for that position. Designated bilingual positions are listed in both languages.
If you are interested in applying for a position after the deadline, please contact TM@partnershipagainstcancer.ca to inquire about the status of the competition.
We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Program Manager, National Coordination Centre, Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project (CPTP)
Senior Scientific Leader, Diagnosis and Clinical Care
FINANCE & CORPORATE SERVICES
Receptionist/Office Administration Generalist
Epidemiology Fellow (6-Month Graduate Fellowship)
Expert Lead, Cancer Economics
Executive Assistant to VP, Strategy and Administrative Assistant to Knowledge Mobilization
Director, Knowledge Mobilization
The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer is a partnership of cancer experts, charitable organizations, governments, patients and survivors who work together to stimulate generation of new knowledge and accelerate the implementation of existing knowledge about cancer control across Canada. When a decision is made to fund an initiative, the Partnership’s approved procurement policy is invoked to secure the necessary resources.
Competitive bids are posted on the open competitive bids section of this site and may also be publicly advertised on MERX.com.
For procurement inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Partnership’s procurement department at (416) 915-9222 ext. 5736.
The Partnership’s Privacy and Security Framework
The Privacy and Security Framework forms the basis of the Partnership’s robust information security program, encompassing a broad array of information technology standards and policies. All of the Partnership’s information technology and Information management standards and policies are modelled after industry standards and are designed to inform and guide a broad range of IT security related activities across the portfolio of work at the Partnership. The information security program positively impacts the entire organization, with systems security activities and operational guidance that support daily and strategic business operations, as well as consultation, technical, and policy oversight to various project activities that leverage the Partnership’s corporate information systems.
Open Competitive Bids
This section lists all open competitive bids.
For Evaluation of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer’s Screening and Early Detection Portfolio
For development of a pan-Canadian framework of public values and priorities for integration into cancer drug funding decision-making
Closed Competitive Bids
This section contains a list of competitive bid documents that recently closed, and contains the name of the successful vendors.
From time to time, Calls for Applications for members of the Board of Directors, or other roles, will also be made available through the How You Can Help section of the website.
2015 Call for Applications: Advisory Mechanisms
The Partnership’s advisory structures foster collaboration and deepen the involvement of a cross-section of cancer and health system experts, clinicians, health care providers, patients and families across the organization. For instance, its Advisory Groups are a collaborative network of volunteer experts, patients and public representatives established to advise the Partnership in each of its cancer control priority areas. In addition, across the full spectrum of its work with a number of steering committees, networks, and expert panels, other advisory structures are in place. All of these advisory structures are enriched through the involvement of those who are willing to devote their time, knowledge, expertise and points of view to further the Partnership’s mandate.
Current opportunities for health system experts, clinicians and health professionals
The Partnership is now initiating a call for applicants to attract members who are:
- Clinicians with expertise in lung, thyroid, and gynecological cancer care.
- Experts, health care professionals with expertise in transition study, technical working groups, system performance, and knowledge transfer.
- Other professional or technical experts with an interest in or knowledge of the career or health care system.
For more information, please review:
All individuals interested in becoming a member of an Advisory Group, Steering Committee, Expert Panel or working group are invited to review information about the opportunity and submit an application package no later than June 30, 2015. Individuals will be asked to rank their preferences for membership. With permission, application packages will also be kept on file for future opportunities to become involved in the Partnership’s work.
If you have questions about the Partnership and its initiatives please review our frequently asked questions, which answer some of the more common questions we receive.
If your question is not answered in this section of our website please contact us at:
Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
1 University Ave., Suite 300
Toronto ON M5J 2P1
Toll free: 1-877-360-1665